Hello, I’m looking for attacks on Jane Austen fanfiction – preferably online fanfiction – from the cultural establishment (scholars, critics, journalists, etc), perhaps denigrating fanfic in terms of its popularity, literary quality, etc. Do you know any of these? I’ve
The OTW Events Calendar for May includes a call for participants for a survey by researcher Lucy Neville. Here Lucy gives some more background about this survey and the research it will be used for. I am a Lecturer in
Does anyone have a version they can share of this article? It was quoted in an earlier post and now I’m very curious to read the whole thing, ahem. 🙂 Crosspost: http://fanhackers.tumblr.com/post/48596873926
I’m looking for examples of discussions on/proposals for special copyright licenses that would cover the creation of fanworks. There have been quite a few of these, though I don’t remember most of them. For instance, there’s the CC-based fanwork license
This may be a bit too out there, but I’ve been trying to find a throw-away statement by J.J. Abrams regarding the relationship of Star Trek and female fans. I saw it on my flist, but can’t find it again,
transformativeworks: antilamentation: The Ask box hates me and I’m trying to get ahold of Tumblr users: plotful letmartyhandlethis doomslock hunterlock I dabble in academia and am writing a chapter for an Intellect Press publication on Doctor Who. My work focuses
Jenkins, Henry. 2009. “What Happened Before YouTube.” In YouTube: Online Video and Participatory Culture, edited by Jean Burgess and Joshua Green, 109–25. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. If someone could help me find this, it’d be much appreciated! Crosspost: http://fanhackers.tumblr.com/post/41425196314/request-what-happened-before-youtube
Author. Important Fan Studies Paper X in Journal Y, 2012. Can anyone find this?